President Donald Trump’s job approval rating has plunged to a record low, losing support even from his traditional backers: White voters without a college degree and seniors, according to a new Gallup poll released Monday.
The survey shows Trump hitting record lows among Democrats and independents. Only 33% of independents approve of the job Trump is doing, down 6 points from early June.
The president has also lost support among white people, falling 11 points from 57% last month to 48%, and dropped from 66% to 57% among whites without a college degree.
His approval rating plunged from 52% to 43% among voters ages 50 to 64, and from 51% to 47% among voters over 65.
In general, only 38% of Americans approve of Donald Trump’s job performance in the Gallup poll, a rating that’s among the lowest of his presidency as the race for the White House nears the homestretch.
Trump’s approval rating is heading close to that of single-term presidents like Jimmy Carter and George H.W. Bush at the same time in their election cycles. He’s lagging behind Democratic presidential candidate Joe Biden by a wider margin than any president who has won reelection in decades.